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British business seeks to cash in on carbon

by Stephen Beard Jul 8, 2019
British entrepreneurs scramble to make money from carbon emissions without causing further climate change.
Exhaust plumes from cooling towers at a coal-fired power station in Jaenschwalde, Germany.
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Brexit wilts flower trade for one of Holland’s biggest buyers

by Victoria Craig Mar 29, 2019
Related uncertainty has shaken the flower trade between the U.K. and Holland.
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Your Brexit questions, answered

by Marketplace Staff Mar 27, 2019
The United Kingdom is supposed to leave the European Union on March 29. What does this mean for the U.S.?
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As Britain plans to leave the EU, automakers plan to leave Britain

by Stephen Beard Feb 21, 2019
Some foreign automakers are abandoning their U.K. operations, resulting in job losses and further uncertainty.
A car transporter loaded with Honda vehicles is driven in to the Honda manufacturing plant in Swindon, southwest England on February 19, 2019.
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Britain's protesters form a chorus of disapproval

by Stephen Beard Jan 31, 2019
Amid political turmoil, some are reviving the tradition of sung protests.
Rehearsal of the Strawberry Thieves Choir.
Mimisse Beard
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British Prime Minister May wins no-confidence vote, but is still beset by Brexit

by Associated Press Jan 16, 2019
The narrow victory comes a day after her European Union divorce deal was rejected.
British Prime Minister Theresa May in 2017 signs the official letter to the European Council invoking Article 50 and the United Kingdom's intention to leave the EU.
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United Kingdom council hires its own "garbage queen"

by Stephen Beard Dec 19, 2018
Brighton is getting creative with its waste disposal methods.
Cat Fletcher, Brighton's "Garbage Queen," stands outside of the Waste House, clad with carpet tiles.
Courtesy of Mimisse Beard

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Running a seafood business on the eve of Brexit

by Marketplace Staff Nov 23, 2018
Brexit could make waves in the seafood industry. But for now, it's a waiting game.
Ronald Scordia, of Angelbond, posing with crawfish.
Courtesy of Angelbond

A-Rod takes a swing at selling baseball to Britain

by Anu Anand Nov 20, 2018
Former Yankee Alex Rodriguez chats about pitching America’s favorite pastime to the Brits.
Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez at the BBC Studios in London.

U.K. towns turn to criers to boost downtown fortunes

by Stephen Beard Oct 29, 2018
Salisbury looks to regain "people’s trust and confidence" after nerve agent attack damages its economy.
Salisbury's town crier, Jef Hutchby.
Courtesy: Salisbury Town Council